Qualified Social Worker - Learning Disabilities

Adult Services

Posted: 21 May 2019
Telephone: 020 7422 7300

Job Salary: Up to £28.00 per hour
Job Type: Full-Time
Contract: Temporary
Closing Date: 20 June 2019
Job Location: Cambridge

We have a fantastic opportunity for experienced qualified Social Workers to take the next who are looking to work in a Learning Disabilities team.

The role will involve -

- Being responsible for the implementation and co-ordination of complex assessments and agreed packages of care
- Being responsible for the provision of casework and other social work services
- Managing, monitoring and reviewing support plans, involving users and carers and liaising with other workers and agencies as appropriate

You will need to have a qualified with a social work degree, social work qualification (Dip.SW, CCSW, CSS) or equivalent, 2 years post qualification experience, a current DBS and will need to be HCPC registered.

A driving licence and access to a car is desirable.

To apply for this role, and hear about all the other exciting roles available in the East Midlands contact Alex Trimbee on 0113 220 7540 or email a.trimbee@edenbrownsynergy.com

Know of anyone who would be perfect for this role or looking for adult social work roles in the East Midlands, we are currently offering a £200 referral for all successful referrals.

Eden Brown Synergy is an equal opportunities employer. For more opportunities, please visit www.edenbrownsynergy.com

For more info contact Alex Trimbee on 020 7422 7300

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